Location
  • Nepal
    • Kathmandu
    • Solukhumbu
Length
19 days
Activities
Hiking Sightseeing Trekking

Program Details

Program Tags
Adventure Travel
Travel Type
Guided
Intensity Level
High
Transportation
Coach Bus Plane Private Car
Housing
Hostel Hotel Lodge
Min Capacity
1
Max Capacity
10
Age Min
18

Pricing

Starting Price
2117
Price Details
15% GoOverseas discount (Regular price $2,490)
single supplement of $100 required for single accommodations
What's Included
Accommodation Domestic Airfare Airport Transfers Some Meals Tour Guide Transportation
What's Included (Extra)

medical/evacuation insurance for all participants confirmed 30 days or more prior to expedition start date

What's Not Included
Gratuity Travel Insurance
What's Not Included (Extra)

personal items

trip cancelation insurance (highly recommended)

international airfare and meals during travel

beverages outside of designated meals

snacks during trek (there is plenty of food provided and you can purchase snacks at your lodge)

Feb 16, 2020
Jun 05, 2019

About Program

The ultimate bucket list trip! After exploring the ancient city of Patan in Kathmandu and visiting Swayambhunath (the “Monkey Temple”), head to the Khumbu for a fourteen day trek to Everest Base Camp and back. Enjoy views of the world's tallest mountain and take in incredible views of the Himalayas on your way to Everest Base Camp at 17,598 feet and if you are inclined, hike to the summit of Kala Patthar at 18,192 feet for even-more spectacular views of Everest. Visit mountain villages, Buddhist stupas, and enjoy the warm hospitality of Nepali tea houses along your way.

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Program Highlights

  • Explore Kathmandu and visit Swayambhunath (the “Monkey Temple”)
  • Trek high into the Himalayas reaching the base of Everest at 17,598 feet
  • Visit mountain villages, Buddhist stupas, and enjoy the warm hospitality of Nepali tea houses along your way to Everest and back

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Program Reviews

9.75 Rating
based on 4 reviews
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  • Value 10
  • Fun 9.5
  • Staff 9.8
  • Safety 9
  • Organization 9.8
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John
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Nepal EBC

Well organized, great staff, perfect time of year before it got too busy. I'd choose March 1st if I was to go again. Cold nights in the Tea houses were unexpected. Fine all day while hiking but once we arrived at our place for the night it was colder than expected. Beautiful views along entire route. We had perfectly clear days and relatively few people along the trail due to the early departure. Also the trail was not too dusty as it was still moist from the winter.
This did mean that some businesses were not open yet for the season so we missed out on certain bakeries and bars we thought we would be able to visit. Turned out to be fine but was unexpected. On way out more things were open, by the fifteenth of march most everything was open.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
It is cold in the tea houses, be prepared for that.
11 people found this review helpful.
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Whitney
9/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Bucket list trip!

Such an amazing experience, a trip of a lifetime for sure. The views are absolutely breathtaking, can't take your eyes off the impressive mountains. Coming from the USA, being exposed to Nepali culture was educational, interesting and enriching. The trip is physically demanding, but it is totally doable. I liked the physical challenge, a fun fitness test. Meeting and chatting with other travelers along the way was fun - there are people from all over the world coming to see the tallest mountain. OneSeed keeps the group size to ten or less, which is really nice. We saw some groups that were huge and that did not look appealing to us. With a smaller group, you really get time to know everyone, including the guides and guides in training. If you like hiking and new experiences, this trip is not to be missed.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Loss of appetite and having a hard time sleeping at high altitudes (> 16,000 for our group) is real, be ready for it!
11 people found this review helpful.
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Matt
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Bucket List Trip with an Awesome, Awesome Company

This was my second trip with OneSeed and was seriously one of the best experiences of my life. The OneSeed team in Nepal is amazing, and the Denver team did a great job getting us prepared for the trek. The trek is long and difficult at times, and even though I never had any major issues with the elevation I definitely felt it as we got closer to Base Camp.The view of Everest from Kala Patthar is also awesome. Our guide, Goma, and assistant guide, Gelu, took great care of the entire group of 7 of us and we all made it to Base Camp.

Knowing that 10% of the trip went back to entrepreneurs in Nepal was a great feeling, and knowing that we were supporting local businesses and locals everywhere we traveled was another great factor. Cannot wait to go back to Nepal and when I do it will be with OneSeed.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Take training for the trek seriously - you are trekking for a long time at elevation - and bring lots of warm clothes! Nights get cold and even though the Tea House common areas are heated the bedrooms are not. I was grateful to have layers to sleep in, even with a 0 degree sleeping bag (went in early March which is colder that other times of the season).
10 people found this review helpful.
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Kellan
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

EBC

What an amazing experience, the Oneseed staff was so great. All of the accommodations where we’ll thought out and the views where breathtaking! Highly recommend the trip. The people of Nepal are some of the happiest you will ever meet in your life. They are a pure joy when your hiking on the trail. It does get cold at night so bring warm clothes. The Himalayas are absolutely incredible, the sheer magnitude of the mountains can not really be explained. Definitely take a lot of photos. The altitude is challenging, only for the push to base camp and Kalapattar. The hike up Kalapattar to watch the sunset or sunrise over Everest is worth every step up. The top can be really windy though so come prepared if you plan on hanging out up there for more than a few minutes.

11 people found this review helpful.

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